Question about Denon AVR-3805 Receiver
Your receiver is going into protection mode. This happens when it get's to hot or is drawing to much current for the amp in your receiver to handle. Make sure there is nothing restricting air circulation around the receiver as it is possibly overheating and causing the receiver to go into protection mode. Put a fan behind it and make your receiver is on a hard surface and up off the carpet to keep the bottom side cool as well. The key here is to keep it cool as you can. Don't stack anything on top of it. And every so often turn the bass down on the receiver for a little bit and give it a little rest. These thing combined should fix the problem.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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Start with the headset powered on. Press and hold down
the call control button while also rotating the multi function dial
upward (away from the light) until the indicator light on the headset
starts flashing red then green. When prompted for passkey, enter
For the Plantronics M1000 (discontinued):
Hit and hold the volume/mute switch in until the indication light starts blinking.
For the Plantronics M1500 & A500 adapter (discontinued): Turn the headset on and the adapter off. On the headset push in and hold the mute/volume dial until the indicator light begins to flash. On the adapter press and hold the blue power button for 10 seconds. The light on the adapter will flash once after 3 seconds- continue to hold the power button for another-7 seconds until the light flashes red. If the pairing is successful, the headset will sound a tone and both the headset and adapter lights will turn off.
For both the Plantronics M1000/M1500 (discontinued): If you remove the battery cover from the headset and then remove the battery itself. On the Green PC board itself there will be a letter followed by 4 numbers. These 4 numbers are your personal PIN code.
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